Pharmacy Professor John Harrelson has earned significant grants to advance his research into tobacco cessation treatments. His work is not only uncovering new options for patients to improve their health, but also training future scientists along the way.
School of Pharmacy Associate Professer Fawzy Elbarbry and Assistant Professor R. Brigg Turner Publish Article on Sildenafil (Viagra) Study
School of Pharmacy Associate Professor Dr. Fawzy Elbarbry and Assistant Professor Dr. R. Brigg Turner have recently published an article on the pharmacokinetics of Sildenafil, popularly known as Viagra.
Collaborative practice agreements allow pharmacists like Amy Jay PharmD '15 to expand their scope of care for patients.
Alumnus and preceptor Stephen Gunadi PharmD '11 gives students inside look at transition of care services.
Pharmacy Professor John Harrelson Awarded More Than $375,000 to Research New Therapies for Tobacco Addiction
The National Institutes of Health grant will fund research to evaluate a dietary agent, cinnamaldehyde, as a prototype for new orally-administered tobacco cessation agents.
School of Pharmacy Associate Professor Fawzy Elbarbry and Post-Doctorate Fellow Khaled Abdelkawy Publish Article
The School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce that Associate Professor Fawzy Elbarbry and Post-Doctorate Fellow Khaled Abdelkawy have published an article in the European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics.
This quarter our featured preceptor is Dr. Stephen Gunadi, PharmD from Providence St. Peter Hospital. Continue reading to learn more about Dr. Gunadi's experience working as a preceptor with Pacific University School of Pharmacy students.
School of Pharmacy faculty and staff have received a “2016 Award for Excellence in Assessment" from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.
School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Ashim Malhotra has been awarded a grant of $108,000 from the Elsa U. Pardee Foundation to research overcoming the resistance of pancreatic cancer to chemotherapy.
"There are people there who are willing to support you and help your dreams come true," says Mai Vo, a Vietnam-born student who dreams of becoming a pharmacist.